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  • Black Sabbath

    This 1963 film by Mario Bava, Italian master of exquisitely chilling atmosphere, is actually three short films linked by Boris Karloff's narration (and appearance in the second episode as a vampire who gains control over an entire family). more...
  • Dracula
  • Dracula

    In the early days of talking pictures, studios produced alternate versions of movies for the foreign market, and this 1931 Spanish-language feature, shot at night after Bela Lugosi and company had gone home, has been touted by horror geeks as an improvement over the U.S. release. more...
  • Let the Right One In (R)

    Like George A. Romero's horror classic Martin (1977), this Swedish shocker mixes vampire mythology with adolescent melancholy, and just as the earlier film was rooted in reality by its run-down Pittsburgh locations, this one draws heavily on its working-class setting, a drab suburb of Stockholm. more...
  • Rosemary's Baby (R)

    The treacherous-mate theme that has been a staple of "women's pictures" since Gaslight gets its ultimate, most agonizing development in this 1968 story about a young woman (Mia Farrow) who discovers her husband has sold her body for use by a witches' coven. more...
  • The Wolf Man (NR)

    There have been plenty of werewolf movies, but incredibly, this is the first-ever remake of Universal’s 1941 horror classic The Wolf Man. Perpetually haunted Benicio Del Toro makes a suitable successor to Lon Chaney Jr. in the role of Lawrence Talbot, the innocent putz who survives a werewolf attack but then begins waking up in the morning with blood on his hands. more...